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Hides for Habitat drop-off sites in GF, EGF

Deer hunters on both sides of the Red are encouraged to donate their deer hides to the Hides for Habitat program. The Grand Forks County Wildlife Federation is collecting hides on the North Dakota side of the Red, and the Min-Dak Border Chapter o...

Deer hunters on both sides of the Red are encouraged to donate their deer hides to the Hides for Habitat program. The Grand Forks County Wildlife Federation is collecting hides on the North Dakota side of the Red, and the Min-Dak Border Chapter of the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association is collecting hides in Minnesota. Here are drop points in the Grand Forks area and in East Grand Forks.

Grand Forks County

- Larimore, N.D.: Glenn's EZ Stop.

- Emerado, N.D.: Superpumper.

- Thompson, N.D.: S&T Quick Stop.

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- Grand Forks: Forks Equipment (John Deere) on Gateway Drive.

- Grand Forks: Mark's Auto Sales, 1100 block of South Washington Street.

East Grand Forks

- East Grand Forks: Cabela's, Orton's Point Tesoro, Sportsman's Taxidermy and Holiday Stationstore.

For more information on the Grand Forks drive, contact Marty Egeland at (701) 739-6982. The Min-Dak MDHA chapter will be salting hides at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Troy Pecka's truck shop in East Grand Forks. Info: Bill Cummings, (218) 773-3217.

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